The Project includes the development of 108 low-income apartment units on 5.47 acres of land on Avenue 288, just east of Farmersville Rd. The apartment complex will include a community building, a laundry facility and play area. To accommodate this development, the existing general commercial General Plan designation and zone will need to be changed to Residential (RM-2.5).
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Residential (Units 108)
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